Foul-mouthed punk poetry-mongers Sleaford Mods might just take the title as the most surprising artists to have released music on Invada Records. Owned by Portishead's Geoff Barrow, the label normally deals with dark electronic music but has shown its passion for promoting new and boundary-pushing music by teaming up with Sleaford Mods.

Named after the '70s kids TV show, the EP has four new tracks bundled with 'Tiswas', which was featured on their recent album Divide and Exit. The EP will be released digitally and on a special Tiswas inspired yellow and orange vinyl on November 24th.

Take a look at the brilliant 'Tied Up In Nottz' from Divide and Exit and be warned, it's probably best to put your headphones in as the lyrical content is NSFW.